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Using experimental trials to improve translocation protocols for a cryptic, endangered passerine

William F. Mitchell A H , Rebecca L. Boulton B C , Luke Ireland B , Thomas J. Hunt B C , Simon J. Verdon D E , Liberty G. M. Olds F , Chris Hedger G and Rohan H. Clarke A
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A Monash University, School of Biological Sciences, Clayton, Vic., Australia.

B Government of South Australia, Department for Environment and Water, Murray Bridge, SA, Australia.

C The University of Adelaide, School of Biological Sciences, Adelaide, SA, Australia.

D La Trobe University, Department of Ecology, Environment and Evolution, Melbourne, Australia.

E La Trobe University, Research Centre for Future Landscapes, Melbourne, Australia.

F Zoos SA, Adelaide, SA, Australia.

G National Parks and Wildlife Service South Australia, Riverland and Murraylands, Murray Bridge, SA, Australia.

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Pacific Conservation Biology 28(1) 68-79
Submitted: 9 December 2020  Accepted: 12 April 2021   Published: 13 May 2021

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